New Article on Huffington Post

Bonhoeffer as our Christian Guide in the Middle Tim Suttle New Article us up on the Huffington Post Now. [Read more...]

This… is when you know we’re going to hell.

If it looks funny on your screen click here to go to the article. [Read more...]

Thoughts on the Egyptian Unrest

I’ve been watching each day as the Egyptian people protest their own government and demand the right of self-rule. At the same time I’m reading Metaxas’ biography of Bonhoeffer. It’s a strange combination which has somehow been fruitful. The similarities are interesting. In 1933 when the Nazi party was passing sweeping reform in their country, [Read More...]

New Article on Huffington Post

Hey Everyone – I’ve got a new article up on the Huffington Post: [Read more...]

John Adams

John Adams by David McCullough I picked up this biography to try and get out of my head a little bit by reading something unrelated to theology. What I found was a deeply moving story of a great man who was swept into the American Revolution, and whose leadership influences our society even to this [Read More...]

Huffington Post

I’ve started contributing at Huffington Post. Here’s the first installment: [Read more...]

Psalm 140:12

I know that the LORD will maintain the cause of the poor,and render justice to the needy. [Read more...]

The Chronicles of Narnia

I just finished reading all 7 books in the original order of publication. The first time I read this series I went in the order the publisher suggests. This time I read in the order that Lewis wrote and released the books. Much better this way. I am so amazed by Lewis’ vision for the [Read More...]

Marilynne Robinson on Daily Show

Here is a short interview of Marilynne Robinson by Jon Stewart last night. One of my favorite authors on one of my favorite shows… -t [Read more...]

The Last Word

I’m reading a book of short stories by Graham Greene called, The Last Word. Greene is a master of the short story, and this book doesn’t disappoint. The initial story, which serves as the title of the book, is about the execution of the last living Christian – Pope John XXIX. Greene describes this fascinating [Read More...]

Menuha and a Theology of Food

When I was a kid, my mom would get up early on Sunday morning to prepare the meal for our Sunday dinner. Back then, people in my church rarely went out to eat on Sundays. They didn’t want to cause other people to work on the Sabbath. Mom would work for an hour or two [Read More...]

Book Contract with Wipf & Stock

I signed a deal a few moths ago with Wipf & Stock Publishers to write a book. It’s going to be a sort of post-liberal reading of Walter Rauschenbusch’s Theology for the Social Gospel (1917). Has to be to the publisher by the end of November, 2010. I’m stoked! I just wrote the longest paper [Read More...]